Wildlife in Assam Manas Tiger Reserve

The park is divided into three ranges. The western range is based at Panbari, the central at Bansbari near Barpeta Road, and the eastern at Bhuiyapara near Pathsala. The ranges are not well connected; while two major rivers need to be forded in going from the centre to the Panbari, there is a rough trail (the daimAri road) connecting the central to the eastern range. Most visitors come to Bansbari and then spend some time inside the forest at Mathanguri on the Manas river at the Bhutan border.

Physical Geography: Manas is located in the Eastern Himalaya foothills. The park is densely forested. The Manas river is the main river, a major tributary of Brahmaputra river. The Manas River flows through the west of the park, further it splits into two separate rivers, the Beki and Bholkaduba. Manas and five other small rivers flow through the National Park which lies on a wide low-lying alluvial terrace below the foothills of the outer Himalaya. The river also acts an international border dividing India and Bhutan. The bedrock of the savanna area in the north of the park is made up of Limestone and sandstone, whereas the grasslands in the south of the park is made up of deep deposits of fine alluvium. The combination of Sub-Himalayan Bhabar Terai formation along with riverine succession continuing up to Sub-Himalayan mountain forest making it one of the richest biodiversity areas in the world. The park is 950 km². in area and situated at a height of 61m to 110m above mean sea level.

Climate: The minimum temperature is around 15 degree C and maximum temperature is around 37 degree C.

Heavy rainfall occurs between May and September and the annual average rainfall is around 333 cm
HOTEL / TRANSPORT FARE/ BREKFAST/LUNCH/ DINNER. NOT INCLUDE Air fare/ railway fare/ entry fee/ camera fee/ parking fee.. 1. JEEP SAFARI AND ELEPHANT SAFARI WILL BE EXTRA CHARGE
Day 1
Drive from Guwahati Airport to Manas National Park (4 hours). Evening at leisure. Your stay will be in THE BANSBARI LODGE,
Day 2, 3
Go for ONE jeep safaris inside Manas National Park, AND ELEPHANT SAFARI till the hills of Bhutan. Encounter thrilling wildlife such as large preys and predators. Go for birdwatching/nature walks around periphery of the national park. Visit tribal villages around the park and meet and interact with the locals. Learn about their sustainable ways of life. Other times at leisure. OVERNIGHT STAY IN HOTEL
Day 4
Leave for Guwahati Airport for a flight back home.
1. customers can be booking in time of one week ago. 2. Booking money should be 50% advance. 3. In this irtinery mentioned places are display, but any other places are mentioned by the customers than extra charge will be pay. 4. customers need full id proff / D/L/ PAN CARD / VOTER ID.
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